Ned Tozun, CEO of solar start up, d.light, wrote, after undertaking the simulation, “This was the most meaningful and impactful thing I did at WEF. You won’t forget this experience.” His wife, author Dorcas Cheng-Tozun, later wrote, “My husband and I participated in your very powerful refugee simulation at WEF in Davos last month. Since then we have been wanting to get more involved with the refugee crisis and would like to explore opportunities to partner.”
They undertook a fundraising campaign to see 3000 solar lights reach South Sudanese refugees in Northern Uganda. Antonio Guterres, United Nations head, has said Northern Uganda is ‘overwhelmed’ by the refugee crisis. The area houses one of the largest refugee camp in the world and power is an urgent need.